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Make your feet look beautiful with YogaToes
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Apr '08
With spring here and summer fast approaching, open-toed shoes grace the pages of every fashion spread. That said, attractive feet are a MUST!

YogaToes are a revolutionary new patented product that help feet look and feel great. YogaToes beautify feet with passive exercise that helps to straighten bent toes and alleviate foot pain caused by tight shoes, high heels and overexertion.

"Women aren't about to trade in their stilettos anytime soon," said Frederic Ferri, YogaToes inventor.

According to Ferri, "YogaToes alleviate foot pain caused by high heels or from spending too much time on your feet at work, dancing or playing sports. Essentially, they'll put feet back into great condition."

YogaToes are easy to use. Just place them in water for few seconds to make them slip on quickly and easily. Wear them while relaxing to help stretch cramped feet, strengthen and align foot muscles and increase circulation.

Wear YogaToes for five to fifteen minutes or as long as you are reasonably comfortable. With continued use they can be worn up to an hour or more.

The more times that they are worn, the more you will notice the benefits. Some people see results immediately, others may take longer.

In addition, YogaPro, the company that created YogaToes, is sponsoring a Mother's Day contest March 20-May 3, "Which Celebrity Does Your Mother Look Like?" All 50 prize packages will include YogaToes gel foot care exercisers.

YogaPro


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